Online Referral Form

IF YOU’RE IN IMMEDIATE DANGER CALL 999 

For men experiencing domestic abuse in Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire County

Please note this form is not intended for use by professionals, please click here for the appropriate referral process for professionals. 

If you are a man experiencing domestic abuse

Equation’s Domestic Abuse Service for Men offers free and discreet advice for men in Nottingham City and County who are experiencing domestic abuse. Support may include practical and emotional assistance, and signposting to other specialist services such as counselling or housing.

To refer yourself into this service, please complete the form below. We will aim to respond within 3 working days, Our opening hours are Monday to Friday 9.30-4.30

After you have submitted the information close the page and delete it from your browsing history.

Internet browsers normally save certain information as you use the internet. This includes words you Googled, and a history of the sites you have visited. If you are worried that someone at home will look at what you have done online, the safest option is to use a computer at a local library, a friend’s house, or at work. You can also reduce the chance that someone will discover your internet activities by following these instructions to clear your internet history.

Self Referral Form

Is it safe to write to you?

Can you provide Safe Contact Details? These should be details the person using abusive behaviours has no or limited access to.

Safe Days to Call

Is it safe to leave voicemail?

Is it safe to text you?

Is it safe to send you emails?

Do you require an interpreter?

Are there children in the household?

Are the police involved?

Are you referring someone else?

9 + 6 =

0808 801 0327

Call the Men’s Advice Line if you’re a man living outside of Nottinghamshire

 

Hide the Signs You’ve Been on This Website

Internet browsers normally save certain information as you use the Internet. This includes words you’ve searched, and a history of the sites you’ve visited. If you’re worried that someone at home will look at what you’ve done online, the safest option is to use a computer at a local library, a friend’s house, or at work. You can also reduce the chance that someone will discover your internet activities by following these instructions to clear your internet history.  

This will take 5 minutes

£10

MONTHLY DONATION

Could pay for four children to take part in our early intervention projects

£20

 

SINGLE DONATION

Could help cover emergency travel costs so that a man can flee an abusive relationship

Hide This Site Skip to content